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Dec 8, 2012 7:00am EST
season if you have the use of some of the anti-viral drugs like tamiflu that a virus can develop resistance to it. the good news right now is that the virus that's circulating is clearly very sensitive to the anti-viral drug that a physician may use or an individual coming in with disease. when you have a very good match with the vaccine, that as the season goes on the virus mutates away from being protected by the vaccine. however, sometimes when you have a very active flu season, and you use a lot of anti-virals, there is the possibility that the virus will actually mutate to the resistant to the anti-viral. the good news is that we have two good things going. bad news is you have a flu season. that's inevitable. every single year you have a flu season. every once in a while, historically, you might have a pandemic where you might have a massive amount of strain that you've never experienced before. the last one we had was relatively recently, 2009. luckily it wasn't serious in the sense of mortality, except among children which was really quite unfortunate. but the good news f
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